By the looks of their recent Facebook activity, the Cape May Police Department has had a pretty busy holiday season.

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First, they participated in "No Shave November" to raise cancer awareness. Then, they announced they'll be an active part of the Sgt. William J. Alvarez Christmas Toy Drive, a local toy drive to support local children and families during the holiday season. While it's great that the department's been able to enjoy some of the season's cheer, it was back to work quickly as they've now announced they're looking for two sets of suspects.

A post was shared to the Cape May Police Department's Facebook page that featured what looks like a family that allegedly was trespassing on a new construction what's now known as Velvento Avenue. Although the reason for the group had for entering the home is currently unknown, it looks like they were curious about what the inside looked like. Still, trespassing is trespassing. If you can help identify members of the group in this picture, you're encouraged to reach out to the department.

A second post was shared that's asking for the public's help with identifying one individual. The man was captured on surveillance footage and is wanted for questioning regarding a recent burglary. The location of burglary was not specified, however several photos were posted from the footage in an attempt to get an ID on the suspect.

If you or anyone you know has any information regarding either incident, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Cape May Police Department.

Source: Facebook

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